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Doug Lamborn wins a seat in Congress
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Doug Lamborn wins a seat in Congress

Doug Lamborn handily won a Congressional seat last night in the 5th Congressional District in Colorado. He was one of the first candidates to participate in our Candidate Survey and indicated that he supports modernizing Social Security and Medicare, tort reform, strong property rights and pledged to vote against any tax increases. He was also a strong supporter of FreedomWorks' effort to fight Referendum C in 2005. We wish him success in Congress and look forward to continuing our friendship. 

11/08/2006
NRO on FreedomWorks election Wrap Up
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NRO on FreedomWorks election Wrap Up

You can find the audio and pictures of this event HERE. National Review Online has coverage of the event HERE. By the Numbers... [Stephen Spruiell] At a luncheon on the Hill today sponsored by

11/08/2006
Tax Shell Game
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Tax Shell Game

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11/07/2006
Tax Shell Game
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Tax Shell Game

BY Richard W. Rahn

If a politician does not vote to extend or make permanent the 2003 Bush tax cuts that are now set to expire at the end of 2010, is he or she voting for a tax increase? Most Republicans will say "yes" and most Democrats will say "no." When it comes to tax increases, all too many Democrats, sounding like Bill Clinton, basically respond, in essence, by saying, "How do you define tax increase?"

11/07/2006
Spending limit, tax cut would reduce Oregon spending
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Spending limit, tax cut would reduce Oregon spending

BY Brad Cain (AP)

Oregon voters weighed two measures Tuesday that would have a great impact on the state's finances. Measure 48 would place a tough new limit on spending by the state government. And Measure 41 would reduce state income taxes by giving Oregonians the same personal income tax deductions as on their federal returns.

11/07/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina GOTV in Final Push
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FreedomWorks North Carolina GOTV in Final Push

STATEWIDE, NORTH CAROLINA. FreedomWorks North Carolina's Get-Out-The-Vote effort hit its peak over the last weekend of the election season. On Friday, FreedomWorks members distributed literature at 8 High School Football Games in the 11th Congressional District, the 8th Congressional District, and the 2nd State Senate District. On Saturday, volunteers continued lit drops all over North Carolina. Also on Saturday morning, State Director Allen Page spoke to the Buncombe Co. GOP about Freedom Agenda issues, with over 60 people attending.

11/06/2006
America's Untapped Fuel Supply
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America's Untapped Fuel Supply

Check out this piece on America's Untapped Fuel Supply by Mackubin T. Owens

11/05/2006
CNET: George Allen Top Senator on Technology
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CNET: George Allen Top Senator on Technology

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Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache at CNET News just released their technology policy voter guide for 2006, which looks at the votes and actions that mattered for technology policy.  They write:

11/05/2006
Offshore Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico
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Offshore Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico

Most Americans understand the need to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and provide the extra supply of oil and natural gas to lower our energy costs. The Mineral Management Services (MMS), an agency of the Department of Interior, estimates that the OCS (Outer Continental Shelf) contains enough natural gas to heat 100 million homes for 60 years or enough oil to replace current Persian Gulf imports for 59 years. Unfortunately the federal government has held back 80% of the country's OCS from oil and gas exploration and production. But despite these findings, there are those from radical environmental groups that oppose critical access to domestic oil and natural gas, claiming they are protecting the environment.

11/03/2006
Virginia: Campaign for the U.S. Senate, Allen Versus Webb
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Virginia: Campaign for the U.S. Senate, Allen Versus Webb

Click here to download the .pdf version View all Virginia candidate surveys

11/02/2006

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